Perceval de Cagny, who was in the pay of the Duke of Alençon, is the only chronicler to suggest it, p. 173.
Seventy-four of the professors voted for Mr. Gladstone and fifteen for Mr. Perceval.
Gawain's amie next underwent the test, then Ywain's, then Perceval's.
Mr. Perceval wrote to me in support of the judgment of Mr. Palmer and the dignitaries.
All night Perceval thinks of the lance and of the Grail, and in the morning, on waking, finds neither man nor woman.
Then Perceval went home, sad, yet wild with wonder at what he had done.
Thither came many, but none were there of such renown, or who had wrought such valiant deeds, as Sir Perceval and Morien.
Then Perceval went with the witches to their Castle of Glaive.
Besides, Perceval de Cagny has not the remotest idea of what happened on the 4th of May.
Perceval rides into the castle hall and finds the court at meat.